Sizemore has not played in the majors since 2011. Knee and back injuries have ruined his career. Sizemore hit .224/.285/.422 in 268 at-bats in 2011. A reunion in Cleveland is not a fit, according to the report.
Papelbon is under contract over the next two seasons, and is owed $26 million. He also has an option for 2016. That option vests based on Papelbon's performance. Brown has yet to go through arbitration, and is under team control until after the 2017 season. He's coming off a season in which he hit .272/.324/.494 in 496 at-bats.
Hamels signed a long-term extension in 2012, and is owed about $22.5 million per season through 2018. The deal also includes an option for $20 million. He had a 3.60 ERA in 220 innings. Lee is owed $50 million over the next two seasons. He has a $27.5 million option for 2016. Lee had a 2.87 ERA in 222 2/3 innings last season. The Phillies will not eat any money, according to CBSSports.com's Jon Heyman.
The Tigers are looking for an upgrade in left field, and were said to be in on Davis. There's a sense that Shin-Soo Choo may have become too expensive for the club. Last season with the Blue Jays, the 33-year-old Davis hit .260/.312/.375 in 331 at-bats.
There's a "good chance"
Trumbo is set to be pursued by as many as 12 teams. He hit .234/.294/.453 in 620 at-bats. The Diamondbacks have been mentioned as a potential landing spot.
There was a sense Anderson could be dealt during the winter meetings, but that no longer appears to be the case. It's still possible Anderson gets dealt this season, but it's looking like it won't happen this week. Anderson struggled through injuries last season, posting a 6.04 ERA in 44 2/3 innings.
The team is looking to to replace Andy Dirks in left, and Shin-Soo Choo may be too expensive. Davis is part of the team's second tier options. That tier could also include Michael Morse and Corey Hart. Davis hit .260/.312/.375 in 331 at-bats last season.
The report indicated that Davis more likely to be traded than second baseman
The Mariners are hesitant to include Walker or fellow prospect
Talks with free agent outfielder
Choo hit .285/.423/.462 in 154 games for the Reds last season, and is considered the best remaining position player on the market. He also posted 21 home runs and 20 stolen bases.